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Fincantieri delivers “Seven Seas Grandeur”

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The Fincantieri shipyard in Ancona delivered the “Seven Seas Grandeur”, the third luxury cruise ship for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, yesterday.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the luxury cruise line in the portfolio of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. The Italian shipyard has built all three luxury ships in the Explorer class. The “Seven Seas Explorer” was delivered in 2016, followed by the “Seven Seas Splendor” in 2020[ds_preview].

Like its sister ships, the “Seven Seas Grandeur” has a GT of 55,500. According to the shipyard, there will only be room for 746 passengers on board, which is one of the highest staff-to-guest ratios in the industry. It is also built using the latest environmental protection technologies. The interiors have also been furnished to a particularly high standard.

Fincantieri delivers four more ships

In addition to Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings operates Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), which will receive a further four Prima Class ships from Fincantieri in the coming years. Oceania Cruises, which also belongs to NCL, has already taken delivery of the “Vista” from Fincantieri. It was the first of two ships in the new generation of the Allura class. The second ship is scheduled for delivery in 2025. Fincantieri and Lloyd’s Register have been cooperating with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings on all of the Group’s brands since 2016.

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It is the third ship to be delivered to Regent Seven Seas Cruises

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